Satoshi expressing his perplexity about bitcoin.org being listed on the PBL:
WTF? How did we get on that?
Satoshi’s stone cold realism:
Actually, it works well to just PM me.
I can’t understand why you’re having so much pain.
Imagine if gold turned to lead when stolen. If the thief gives it back, it turns to gold again.
The power of the protocol:
…,the proof-of-work speaks for itself.
Satoshi fondly dwelling on nostalgia:
Just leave the old one alone! Older is better.
Short, precise and powerful:
Impressed by another user’s hashing power (983 Mhash/s):
Seriously? What hardware is that?
Logic that is hard to argue with:
This helps keep you from turning your coins over rapidly unless you’re forcing it by actually turning all your coins over rapidly.
Humble advice on general diligence:
Make sure your computer’s date and time are correct.
The more you know:
Many small flats have electric heat out of convenience.
A great classic. Satoshi in response to Bitshare’s founder:
If you don’t believe me or don’t get it, I don’t have time to try to convince you, sorry.
When designing Bitcoin, even aliens need to be accounted for:
The space people may just be getting lazy using their language’s split function.
I like to keep code compact so you can see more code on the screen at once.
Windows Vista joke:
Maybe you’re the first person to ever run it on Vista
Frustrated with one user’s incompetence:
Sigh… why delete a wallet instead of moving it aside and keeping the old copy just in case? You should never delete a wallet. | Source
Satoshi subtly teaching us the relevance of code:
We can try to use words to help the situation until code gets there.